Afro 12A UltraLite Multi-Rotor ESC V3 W/BEC (SimonK Firmware)

Afro

$4.99 $10.99

This is the OPTO version of the popular 12A V3 Afro, with most flight controllers and FPV gear being able to take higher direct voltage, such as the Naze32 with 16v input ability. The need for the BEC for some applications is not needed and OPTO isolation is a benefit.

Developed from the ground up, we wanted to build a truly Multi-rotor specificESCthat would offer the best performance and value in the market today. We wiped the slate clean and looked to the community for inspiration and help in designing anESCthat truly could be known as ‰ۡÌÝ̏The Multi-rotorESC‰ۡó�

Enter Simon and Hamasaki AKA SimonK and timecop. This combination of hardware and firmware expertise in conjunction with the Hobbyking in house engineering team gave us the edge needed to develop anESClike no other and hence the Afro series was born.

Boasting high efficiency, all N-channel MOSFET design, jitter-free hardware PWM input, and smooth power response the AfroESCseries are set to change the expectations of multi-rotor pilots around the globe. The AfroESCseries ship with multi-rotor specific SimonK software preloaded! No need to reflash. For added convenience the Turnigy USB linker can be used via the PWM signal lead for any future software updates eliminating the need for complicated flashing jigs or the need to cut open the heat shrink.

MikroKopter I2C compatibility has also been built in as standard. A DIY port is available under the shrink wrap which allows using theESCwith MikroKopter hardware that uses I2C control.

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Specs:
Current Draw:12A Continuous
Voltage Range:2-4sLipoly
BEC:N/A OPTO
Input Freq:1KHz
Firmware:afro_nfet.hex
Discharge wire/plugs:20AWG/Male 2mm
Motor wire/plugs:20AWG/Female 2mm
Weight:10g (Included wire, plug, heat shrink)
Size:25 x 20 x 6mm

Royalties paid on each unit sold to SimonK and Hamasaki for their design work, without which the AfroESCwould never have been born, thanks guys!